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Old 03-25-2020, 03:30 PM   #21
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I have a single cartridge filter under my galley sink. I have to take every thing out of the cabinet, roll on my back, slide in head first..... changing the filter is not the problem. It is the prep and clean up....
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Old 03-25-2020, 03:44 PM   #22
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Installed a DY2500 AIS, so now I can see all the other traffic not leaving the Marina!

Replaced all my 20 yo bilge pumps and installed a new high water alarm. Found existing bilge pump wire splices in a conduit at pump level (too low!) and move the new splices much higher.

In process is to re-purpose our dinette settee filler cushion (that make dinette into a bed) as a padded headboard in our stateroom. It will still serve as filler cushion on those few nights it's needed. Making a frame to attractively hold it in place. This large cushion was stored in my girlfriend's closet. She will gain 8" of closet space -> that is a big deal!
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I understand HealHustler is constructing a small, tow-able barge for his Admiral's shoes. Really hoping news of that does not spread north...
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Old 03-25-2020, 04:03 PM   #24
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Were did you find room to put it? That looks like great space.
Larry, the aft head vanity is directly below the galley sink, where Inteed off the supply line. The filters fit nicely under the vanity along with the Purasan and a tangle of plumbing. It took two 6-ft hose runs from the cold water supply down to the filters and back up to the faucet, but it works just fine. Room on this boat isn’t hard to find.
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Thanks. A nice clean install with good access and not taking up much usable space.
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